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Will not light, has spark and the fan comes on will not fire its 50,000 BTU

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Is it spark to piolt or spark to burner

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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SOURCE: DAYTON 210,000 BTU OIL-FIRED HEATER WON T LIT UP

You write "FUEL SPRAYING AND FAN WAS WORKING"

If the fan was working, but the fan is not working now after replacing the whole kit, then something was installed incorrectly during the installation, possibly the rotor gap or rotor thickness is not correct or vane/vanes installed 90 degrees off.

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SOURCE: have a 120000 btu fuel fired torpedo heater that

fuel is atomized by the blower fan, and a sparkplug provides the ignition source. this sparkplug provides constant ignition spark for the process.

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Here are a couple of tips that I wrote that tell you how to troubleshoot aTorpedo or Reddy heater...

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No fuel!! Several things can cause this, empty fuel tank, dirty fuel filter, plugged screen in the nozzle assembly,or plugged nozzle. So lets clean up the fuel system by first removing the top section of the heater and exposing the burner tray. Remove the tray and locate the fuel nozzle, remove the nozzle, now they say you can not clean them, I say with a q-tip, tooth pick and carb cleaner you can just be careful not to damage the nozzle. Behind the nozzle is a screen assembly these corrode at times so clean it up too. Below the nozzle assembly is the flame sensor, clean this with windex and a soft terry cloth rag, make sure it will have a clear unobstructed view of the flame.Put the nozzle assembly back together, and now inspect the fuel line for cracks, holes,and dry rot replace if necessary. Trace the lines down to the side where they come thru the case. Remove the side cover and locate the fuel line and in line filter, remove the filter. Cleaning this is easy you need a compressor and blow gun, all you do is blow air backwards thru the filter and instantly its clean. Inspect fuel lines and reassemble. Now make sure that you have clean fuel in your tank, and there is no water in it as well.Plug it in and you should now be heating like new. If not it could be your fuel pump!

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